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23 July 2019
Wisconsin, United States
Over the last several decades, climate disasters have resulted in many communities relying on managed retreats. These "proactive, intentional shift(s) of civilization away from an environmental threat" are increasingl...
5 December 2018
Due to mining tunnels running under the length of the city of Kiruna in Sweden, the city is relocating in order to keep the community safe. Although the project is a slow and tedious process, “intensive consultation" ...
8 August 2018
When Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, not only were the local communities devastated, but so were 80 percent of the country's crops. With the farmlands wiped cleaned, farmers seized the opportunity to start from scrat...
16 November 2016
Uganda's open policy allows refugees to start a new life – and even a new business. But not all of them thrive due to governmental restrictions and limited cash flow.
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